The Biden administration said the road, also known as the Ambler Access Project, would cause irreparable damage to wildlife ...
A court ruling struck down the part of Alaska law that allows correspondence school families to receive money for such ...
The judge didn’t just invalidate spending on private or religious schools — he found that there was no way to narrow the law ...
The decision issued Monday is the latest in a long string of legal and administrative rulings against the project.
Over the years, several Curious Juneau listeners have asked where Juneau’s recycling goes. A few even wonder if it’s really ...
Governor Mike Dunleavy discussed his priorities for education and other state issues on Talk of Alaska on Tuesday, April 16, ...
The authors of a new report will join representatives from more than 180 other countries to negotiate a United Nations ...
House Bill 183 was amended in the committee’s Friday meeting to include collegiate sports as well as elementary and middle ...
The vast Tongass National Forest just grew a little bit larger. The 5 acre Wheeler Property is an important habitat for ...
Last week, the Juneau planning commission unanimously agreed to allow David McCasland of Deckhand Dave’s, a fish taco stand, ...
With year-round shelters at capacity and no plans in place for a city-run campground, some people don’t know where they will stay this summer.
Last week, the city announced it would temporarily suspend routes 5 and 6, citing a shortage of drivers and maintenance ...